WEEK IV WORDS


PROLES   FIDES   SACRAMENTUM
HUGH OF ST. VICTOR         PETER LOMBARD
DIVORTIUM A VINCULO          MALEFICIUM         SCANDALUM
PAPAL DECRETALS         DECRETALISTS               CASUS (
Head notes to GRATIAN's DECRETUM which outline main facts of hypothetical case )
J.T. NOONAN, POWER TO DISSOLVE.
R. HELMHOLZ. MARRIAGE LITIGATION IN MEDIEVAL ENGLAND.
POPE INNOCENT IV (D. 1254), himself a former professor of canon law
SAEVITIA (
Cruelty)
DIVORTIUM (
= Separation) A MENSA ET THORO
ABJURATION SUB PENA NUBENDI (
under pain of marriage, ie the penalty for default is having to marry each other)
AFFINITY (
Relationship by marriage, more strictly by sex acts, which serve as an impediment to future marriages )
RAPTUS (
Rape or abduction)
DIOCESAN STATUTES (
Legislation passed by a bishop for his diocese, usually in synod)
PROMULGATE
HUBERT WALTER, ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY, COUNCIL OF WESTMINSTER, 1200
BANNS
FORUM INTERNUM (
Internal Forum = Confessional)      FORUM EXTERNUM (External Forum = Ecclesiastical Court)
SCIENTIA (
Knowledge, [Book] Learning)
LATERAN IV, 4th Lateran Council, 1215
CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE
AFFIDATI (
Betrothed or Engaged Couple)
OFFICE PROCEEDINGS, Prosecution made by churchman EX OFFICIO, by virtue of one's office, duty
CIRCUMSPECTE AGATIS,
1st words of 1286 English royal writ initiating inquiry into functioning of Church Courts in East Anglia, later recorded among authentic statutes
ADVENTITIUS
ORDINES JUDICIARII (
Procedural treatises on how to run church courts)
WILLIAM OF HOO, LETTER BOOK
(Formulary book belonging to the SACRIST, in charge of the town court of the monastery of Bury St. Edmund, England)
CURIA A CRUORE


Friday Discussion Materials

Confessor's Manual on "Luxuria"
William of Hoo on the system of Church Courts and on suing to get a husband back
Also the pictures in Brundage, and Murray, no. 34 (marriage liturgy)